Lens Designs

Progressive Lenses

As we age naturally, our ability to see nearby objects and objects in the distance can decrease, it’s called Presbyopia*.

Progressive lenses address separate visual needs in one lens:

  • Distance viewing field built into the upper portion of the lens
  • “Near vision” field built into the lower portion
  • Toward the middle of the lenses is your intermediate or computer vision.

 *Presbyopia: Condition in which the aging crystalline lens (at around age 40) becomes less able to change shape to focus light at all distances, especially near vision. Presbyopia can be corrected with reading glasses, bi-focal glasses, or progressive lenses. Additional symptoms include eyestrain, headaches, and squinting.

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Most Advanced Progressive Lens

Varilux X Series™ provides Limitless Vision™ whatever the situation.

Varilux® X Series™, featuring Xtend™ Technology, is our most advanced progressive lens available. In addition to providing sharp vision and smooth transitions at any distance, it extends your vision within arm’s reach, so you no longer have to tilt or angle your head to find your focus.

Varilux®, the #1 Progressive Lens Brand, provides sharp vision at every distance—even in dimly lit conditions—eliminating the blurriness and low-light issues of ordinary progressive lenses.

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Varilux® Physio® Helping Eyes Work Better Together
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Varilux Comfort® Sharp, Natural at any Distance
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DEFINITY® Digital Progressive Lenses

 

Single Vision Lenses

Our wide variety of single vision prescriptions, Coffman Vision Clinic offers different lens options and materials including Crizal.

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Sharper vision than ordinary single vision lenses —whether you have a prescription or just want a pair of computer glasses.

Computers – Tablets – Smartphones – We are needing computer glasses more than ever before.

All that screen time can be hard on your eyes and may cause digital eye strain. Eyezen™ enhanced single vision lenses provide sharper vision than ordinary single vision lenses and are available to everyone—whether you have a prescription or just want a pair of computer glasses.

  • Reduces Eye Strain
  • Helps Protect from Harmful Blue Light
  • Enhanced Single Vision Lens

One Hour Service

We know there’s never enough time to get everything done that we need to get done. We can usually make glasses for you in an hour.

Bring us your single vision glasses or buy new frames from our large selection of designer frames, and we’ll make your glasses in our lab.

On a wide variety of single vision prescriptions, Coffman Vision Clinic offers different lens coatings, polycarbonate impact resistant lenses with Crizal’s scratch and glare protection.

Since we’re conveniently located in the Fred Meyer Plaza, you can shop while we create your perfect pair of glasses in our lab. We’ll get you fitted, and you’ll be on your way.

Bifocal Lenses

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Sometimes our vision fails us at two or even three distinct distances, especially as we age. Bifocal lenses—lenses with two distinct viewing areas—have traditionally been a reliable solution to such a dilemma. (A lens with three distinct viewing areas is called a trifocal.)

By distinct, we mean there are noticeable lines separating the two different fields of vision within a bifocal lens surface. A slight adjustment to the angle of the head allows wearers to choose which lens area to look through based on the distance of the object they’re trying to see.

A farsighted person who also has trouble reading may be prescribed a pair of bifocal reading glasses, for example. The upper section of the lens would correct difficulties seeing objects at distance, and the lower section would assist in reading. (Bifocal glasses date back to the days of Benjamin Franklin!)

While wearers quickly adjust to the line separating the multiple vision fields, it is a noticeable distraction within the lens itself. This line can be eliminated using a newer lens technology called progressive lenses.

Progressive lenses incorporate two, three, or more fields of vision within a single lens without noticeable lens lines. Bifocal, trifocal and progressive lenses are all considered “multi-focal” lenses—lenses that provide correction to multiple vision problems.